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"My, My" (2nd verse) "My Conscience" Copyright 1954 by Ogden Nash. Originally in the New Yorker; "Kindly
Unhitch That Star, Buddy" Copyright 1935 by Ogden Nash; "Introspective Reflection" Copyright 1931 by Ogden
Wish; "What I Know About Life", line 5, Reprinted with permission of Curtis Brown Ltd. taken from "Versus"; "The
Calendar-Watchers, or What's So Wonderful About Being A Patriarch?"; 4th verse, lines 1 & 2, taken from "The
Private Dining Room"; "Kind of an Ode to Duty" Copyright 1935; "In Which The Poet Is Ashamed But Pleased",
9th verse, 2nd line has been altered; From "Versus From 1929 On" by Ogden Nash; all poetry reprinted by per-
mission of Little, Brown and Company and Curtis Brown Ltd.
The Circle Board
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Miss Linda Sevey
What fortune set with side by side,
My scope so narrow, hers so wide?
We owe to this sweet dispensation
Our mutual appreciation . . .
I would live all my life in nonchalance and insouciance
Were it not for making a living, which is rather a nouciance
Mrs. John Sisson
Miss Jean St. Pierre
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Mrs. Jonatha Ceely
Mrs. Malcolm Johnston
Mile. Germaine Arosa
Mrs. Wayne Frederick
Mrs. Oscar Witten
Mile. Marie Baratte
Miss Edith Jones
Miss Mary Minard
Miss Madge Baker
Miss Georgina Huck
HISTORY OF ART
Miss Linda Sevey
Mrs. Paul De Gavre
Miss Blair Danzoll
Miss Dorothy Judd
Miss Helen Smith
Miss Carolyn Kellogg
Miss Carolyn Goodwin
Mrs. John Bennett
Mrs. Barbara Vickers
Miss Sylvia Kuzminski
Mrs. Harford Powel
SPEECH AND DRAMA
Miss Olthje von Erpecom
Dr. Hans Sidon
Miss Warner, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Stahle
Mrs. James Couch
Mrs. Rubio, Miss Ritchie, Miss
Shaw, Mrs. Butler
Mrs. Walter G. Greenall
Mrs. Dorothy Quintal
Mrs. Lillian Ellis, Mrs. Dorothy
Denstad, Mrs. Isabelle Trenbath
Mrs. Abbott, Mrs. Shea, Mr. Van
Miss Avre, Dr. Ramsdell,
DIRECTOR OF STUDIES
Miss Eleanor Tucker
DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS
Mrs. Ford Duncan
DIRECTOR OF STUDENTS
Miss Christine von Erpecom
Miss Jane Sullivan,
Mrs. Frank DiClemente
Miss Louise Robinson
Mrs. Perry Wile,
Mr. Gardner Sutton
Mrs. Richard Abbott,
Mrs. Joseph O'Brien
Mrs. McCarron, Mrs. O'Neill
Mrs. Lynwood Howard, Mrs. Jes Bonde
Miss Logan, M. Moran, J. Malcin,
E. Davies, C. Craig, M. Snow, C. Boyle
J. Butler, D. Wrigley, J. Loszaweski,
J. Keith, J. Moher, E. Turton, B. McKee,
Well I have learned what life is,
something about which you cant
conclude anything except that it is
full of vicissitudes . . .
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Cornelia Gaines, Ellen Ross, Nancy Whitehead,
March on, sixty-six march on,
Carry your banner high,
Fling it to the sky,
Going fast, shooting sparks all the way.
March on, sixty-six march on,
Over the finish line,
Tread with might, with our light blazing the wav.
Triumphantly we sing,
Long may our voice ring,
Forever echoing for years to come.
March on, sixty-six march on,
Time is quickly sped,
Bravely forge ahead,
Carry on to the dawn of the day.
And now, this five-time Fidelio re-
ject will sing.
Student Council 1; A Cappella 1,2; Class Play 1.
JOYCE ELOISE ABBOTT
3 Maple Street, Wilton, New Hampshire
'Life is real! Life is earnest!'
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
"To everything there is a season,
And a time for every purpose under the heaven:
A time to weep, and a time to laugh;
A time to mourn and a time to dance; . . .
A time to get and a time to lose; . . .
A time to keep silence and a time to speak;
Library Committee 4.
"How do you hold a wave upon the sand?" It's easier than
holding the package of bouncy gaiety bombing through the
hall waving a letter or desperately looking for lost French
notes. A sun always shining with warm rays of humor, sym-
pathy and understanding.
"A flibbety gibbet — a will-o-the-whisp . . ."
Yes, I do stop talking . . . sometimes.
85-11 Avon Street, Jamaica 32, New York
BEVERLY DECATUR ARMSDEN
Kittery Point, Maine
Honor Roll 3,4; Fidelio 3,4; New Fidelio 2; Bazaar Com-
mittee Chairman 3; Current Events Club 4; Circle 4; Drama
Workshop 4; School Announcer.
The dust settled.
Pushing the debris aside, Martha emerged
instinctively into the clear
And smiled, and took a bow,
And made a revelant pun.
Martha clambered to her desk
Which was askew with complex treatises and artwork,
But she was distracted by a lonely lady bug
on the window
And sat down and wondered how it worked.
'the tide always turns"
Student Council 4; Proctor Council 3; Class Secretary 3;
Proctor 2,3,4; A.C.A. 1,2,3, President 4; Choir 3,4; Fidelio
3,4; New Fidelio 2,3; A Cappella 1,2; Entertainment Com-
mittee 2,3; Photography Club 2,3,4; Seraglio 3,4; Madrigal
Society 3, Co-President 4; Varsity Tennis 4.
There was a little girl
A little girl was she,
She launched her boat one day
The world for to see-
A sunny roof,
A lonely roof,
A green hat.
And she stood on
Her toes and danced,
She stood on
Her toes and wondered.
94 Summer Street, Weston, Massachusetts
Ach y fi!
The Sound and the Fury
Honor Roll 2,3,4; Proctor 2; W.U.S. 2,3; Entertainment
Committee 1; Cynosure 3,4; Lawrence Teaching 3,4.
ROSE JANE BENDETSON
3 Arlington Terrace,
Listen to the mockingbird chirping Freudian concepts . . .
come awn you guys, we've gawta do this right — so I'll get
the bowls . . . Rosie gets the prize for the most considerate
day student ... I love to go a-wandering across the soccer
fields . . . during the wee hours of boarding school existence
. . . only the Blue Book is exempted from her reading list
. . . the lively one.
Honor Roll 2,3; W.U.S. 4; New Fidelio 2,3; Fidelio 3,4; A
Cappella 2; Library Committee 4; Current Events Club 3;
Cynosure 3,4; Class Play 2; Lawrence Teaching 3; Varsity
Judi . . . Bricks . . . Aard . . . one third of the triple
terror . . . energy enlimited-Bounce! Bounce! . . . Carribbean
affairs . . . "It's been real" . . . guilt . . . Silly Rabbit!
Trix are for kids! . . . putty in her hands . . . "And I think
I'm Going Out of My Head" . . . the omniscent Peanuts
Calendar . . . V.P.? . . . TGM . . . Need we say More?
Beware! I'm out of hibernation!
JUDITH JANE BRICKER
Woodway Ridge Lane,
New Canaan, Connecticut
New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; A Cappella 2; Archeology Club
3; Seraglio 3,4; Circle 4; Varsity Lacrosse 3.
39 Fairmount Street, Nashua,
"I met a young girl, she gave me a rainbow."
Walking down a ski slope, an XKE passed me . . . "ever
notice a boy's expression when he sees a girl driving a
XKE?" Lorin was pluckin' her guitar and singin : ". . . break
my finger? — I don't have to play in the recital — boom,
boom oo-wa oo-wa . . ." "she has a Feudian Water Complex"
. . . wants to enjoy life, love, and set design . . . "DUH!"
"She's got everything she needs, she's an artist, she don't look
Fidelio 4; Debating 4; Archeology Club 4; Drama Work-
What are little Nans made of?
Black and blue marks,
Fluffer-nutters that are stale,
No time to open last week's mail,
Voices that crack when you don't know your song.
My hair just won't get long!
Lsat weekend — wondering what you might have missed,
Smiling and laughing—
"Look world— I exist!"
Ho, Hi, for a fair young lad . . .
NANCY ELLEN BYAM
43 Fiske Street, North Tewksbury,
Hey — what's with these plastic
Fidelio 3,4; New Fidelio 2,3; A Cappella 2; Photography
Club 4; Archeology Club 3,4; Lawrence Teaching 3,4.
ELIZABETH AYER CHAMBERLIN
1001 Arrowhead Road, Chapel Hill,
Ayer, Eeyore — A thump — crash — another knee gone, and
another day. Laughter, popcorn, and song — simultaneous.
Curls, it always curls, it's never straight. I mean — you
know . . .? Does the snow really get that deep? The spell
of the Amazon . . . only, my eyes are blue. Climb every
mountain, ford every stream . . .
A.C.A. 3; Choir 4; Fidelio 3,4; New fidelio 2,3; A Cappella
2; Library Committee 3; Archeology Club 3,4; Seraglio 3,4;
"All in girls?"
"You gonna be up late tonight? . . . But you just talked to
him . . . Hey, turn off the heat ... I think I'll have some
coke first . . . No, I'llh ave a pickle . . . bet we have a
fire drill . . . ready? ... (2 hours later) — Ouch! — Hey
what are your clods doing here? — Yeah, probably . . . 'nite."
MARTHA MANSFIELD CHURCH
M.R. #23, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
'the sign is where?"
So who cares if it's only returned for
Library Committee 4; Current Events Club 3,4; Archeology
Club 4; Cynosure 3,4; Class Play 2; Lawrence Teaching 3;
Varsity Soccer 4.
PAULA VICTORIA CORTES
Apdo. Aero 7289, Bogota, Colombia
Daily short-cuts through the apple orchard . . . food! . . .
Hey, where did it all go?? Tom, Dick and Harry . . . will
wooden skis do for a start? Try and try again, and if you
don't succeed, try some more. It's a sure thing, Spanish-
A.C.A. 4; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Current Events
Club 4; Archeology Club 3,4; Circle 3; Lawrence Teaching
Can you see Peigi in Russia?? . . . 3-inch heeled Danish
wooden shoes-clomp, thud . . . I'm in a mood for a fight
. . . she set her hair? — you must be kidding ... a dog
fight!! Let's get out of here! . . . "Reunion in '75-bring all
The morning after the night before.
466 South Prospect Street,
Going out on a Zim&.
A.A.A. 3; Library Committee 4; Archeology Club 4; Cynosure
4; Class Play 1,2; Varsity Softball 3; Coaching Tennis 1,2,
3,4; Coaching Softball 3,4; Griffin Songleader 4.
VALERIE DE PEYSTER
1145 Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury,
Once upon a time there lived an honest-to-goodness
Griffin. She existed on coffe ice-cream with butterscotch sauce
and rode around in a Saab. Like the pied-piper she led
other Griffins around to the tune of a conch shell. She wrote
kooky letters and played cards day and night. Her orange
ghost will haunt Draper Castle forever.
Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; A.C.A. 2; W.U.S. 2,3; Fidelio 3,4;
New Fidelio 3; A Cappella 1,2; Library Committee 4; Bazaar
Committee Chairman 3; Archeology Club 3; Cynosure 4;
Class Play 1,2; Class Social Chairman 2; Lawrence Teaching
3; Gargoyle Captain 4; Varsity Soccer 2,3,4.
And any chance-seen face whose loveliness
Hovers, a mystery, between dream and real;
Things usual yet miraculous that bless
And overwell a heart that can still feel.
Loving the light-eaved eyes in those wild hues!
Walter de la Mare
Guess who called!
LUCY SANGER CRANE
9 Abbot Street, Andover, Massachusetts
W.U.S. 3; Current Events Club 4; Photography Club 3,4;
Dress Committee 4; Class Play 3; Lawrence Teaching 3.
605 Genesee Street, Olean,
I heard a sudden cry of joy; "Hurrah",
She said . . . "Gone, five pounds more"
A knock, and she walked in the door.
"How now, another book", she said.
"Perchance a new one I've not read?"
She moaned. The missing "T". Oh, dear,
And thoughts of spring and things next year.
Student Council Secretary-Treasurer 4; Class Secretary 1;
Class Treasurer 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; W.U.S. 3; A Cappella
1; Bazaar Executive Committee 3; Current Events Club 3,4;
Cynosure 3,4, Editor 4; Class Play 1,2; Sunday School Teach-
On ne voit bien qu'avec le coeur.
For Happiness is big yellow chrysanthemums,
... a quiet smile saying everything she can't (unless it's
Circle-ating . . . Respectfully submitted),
. . . cheering for Exeter on the Andover side,
. . ."Summertime an' the livin' is easy — the Wolfeboro
laundromat and Hill School,
. . . sounds of a harmonica — "sweetah den de music of a
I tell you panthers do walk on cat o' none tails.
And I tell you, Sadie, there's toothpaste dribbling down
"Nothing happens unless first a dream" you see . . .
Qui a bu boira.
SARAH LOUISE DOWNS
59 Tennyson Avenue, Nashua,
"Who d'ya think you are, Santa
Claus or sumpin?"
A.C.4. 4; Fidelio 3,4; New Fidelio 2; A Cappella 1,2; Bazaar
Committee Chairman 3; Debating 4; Archeology Club 4;
Cynosure 4; Drama Workshop 1,2,3,4; Varsity Softball 2.
JULIE MARIE DUPONT
50-C Washington Park Drive,
Bits of colored slivered fragment glass
retaining prism softened hues:
crimson ambering glowing hot and yellow
warming green pale deepened, cooled, to icy blue;
Shift and snatch a pattern intricate
that pauses, poses, trembles, shatters.
There is no pattern.
Kaleidoscopic magic— rare and fleeting
Beyond my mind.
Wizardry of mirrors.
Honor Roll 2,3,4; Proctor 2,3; W.U.S. 2; Choir President 4;
Fidelio 3, Librarian 4; New Fidelio 2,3; A Cappella 2;
Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Archeology Club 3,4; Courant
4; Class Play 2.
Shelley: a small dynamic combination of determination and
sparkling humor ... a pensive frown . . . unwavering political
views ... a strong musical strain throughout, which led to
the organ-ization of Abbot . . . straightest of straight hair
commonly mistaken for naturally curly . . . watch her! she's
CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH ERWIN
Western Point, York, Maine
My cup runneth over . . .
The great out-door life!
Proctor 1; A.A.A. 2; Library Committee 4; Bazaar Committee
Chairman 3; Debating 1; Class Play 1,2; Varsity Soccer 3,4.
LOUISE MILLER FLETCHER
Hunt through Wooded Forest in Jaguar convertible leads to
new roads; but it's a long wait for certain Southern Gende-
man . . . censored ... so light up lady-like cigarettes with
S.F. Matches. Rendezvous with Play Spirit adds Good and
Plenty confusion: beware of low flying balls! The fox appears
and leads way to civilization and culture at plane station.
Honor Roll 3; Class Secretary 3; A.A.A. Vice-President 4,
W.U.S. 4; Fidelio 4; New Fidelio 3; A Cappella 2; Bazaar
Committee Chairman 3; Class Play 2,3; Sunday School Teach-
ing 3; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity La-
Judy is missing, where can she be?
She's not in the bushes, she's not in a tree.
"I'll look in the bathroom", but no, she's not there.
Ah! She's deep in her closet. "Oh, What shall I wear?"
But don't be mistaken, there are other things, too,
That only ol' Froeber, our roommate, can do-
Like laughing her 'dog' laugh and popping her toes,
And she will find friendship wherever she goes.
JUDITH ANN FROERER
227 Roslyn Road,
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
. said the Nurg to the
'It's been a hard day's night.
Fidelio 3,4; New Fidelio 3; Library Committee 4; Photo-
graphy Club 3,4; Debating 3; Archeology Club 3,4; Cyno-
KAREN LEE FULLER
43 Lincoln House Point,
Karen . . . Pookzie . . . "Did someone say diet?" . . . peanut
butter and jelly, potato chips, Munchies, not to mention
Napoleons . . . And what college will it be this week?
. . . he's nice . . . No, I don't bleach my hair! ... A curtain
of Tab cans??? . . . Fill your urge . . . Who me? . . . myster-
ious trips into Boston and leaves unlimited . . . indecision
. . . "You're the One" . . . what's his face . . . keep on danc-
ing and smiling.
Class President 3,4; Proctor 4; W.U.S. 3; Choir 4; Fidelio 3,4;
Photography Club 4; Seragilo 3,4; Class Play 2,3; Drama
Workshop 4; A.F.S. Committee 3; A Cappella 2; Bazaar
Executive Committee 3.
Inside a glossy hardened damask shell-
impervious to mild touching glance
that skates and slithers off— What is there?
Slick and stylish coating smooth and sealed;
Are you solid?
My lining is of nestling ruby gems
in pulp of crimson glistening warm and bright.
Tart and wry my pomegranate laughter
Sweet and sour the berries of my mood.
Facem Praetendit Ardentem
51 Buttonwood Lane,
Immobility through Scotch Tape.
W.U.S. 4; Fidelio 4; New Fidelio 3; Library Committee 4;
Archeology 3,4; Club 3,4; Lawrence Teaching 3.
ANN ELIZABETH GARTEN
465 Fort Gray Drive,
Lewiston, New York
Annie— a great golfer .
"No dessert tonight" . .
Budgie plays with fire".
There was a little girl
Who had a lot of curls
All over her round head
And every night
She set them straight
Before she went to bed.
constant dieter .
"Isn't that cool?"
noisy? . . .
. "The Fat
Debating 1; Archeology Club 3,4; Drama Workshop 2.
"An old witch explodith a pinch of gunpowder in the wings
whilst waiting to go on."
Give me a cat
And a toad and a bat
And a nice pointed hat
A Tuppenny ribbon to
Wear 'round my neck,
A diller, a dollar
A ten o'clock scholar
And an oven big enough
To bake the whole coven
Except for me
— from a nadrigal by
Only 113 days 'till Halloween.
ANN HOWARD GOULD
225 East 62nd Street,
New York, New York
It may replace conversation complete-
MARGARET DREWRY HANES
Pfafftown, North Carolina
W.U.S. 2; Fidelio 3,4; New Fidelio 3; Library Committee 4;
Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Circle 4; Class Play 2,3;
Gargoyle Songleader 4; Varsity Tennis 4; Sunday School
The mantel round her waist did not conceal
Red stockings, and a spur upon every heel.
She kept the other pilgrims all in gales
Of laughter, listening to her merry tales.
A good heart always does a little extra.
Honor Roll 3; Proctor 1; A Cappella 1,2; Photography Club
2,3, President 4; Archeology Club 3; Courant 3,4; Circle 4;
Class Play 1,2; Lawrence Teaching 3; Sunday School Teach-
ing 3,4; Varsity Tennis 1,2,3,4; Lacrosse 2,3; Fencing 3.
"Whenever I'm a shining knight,
I buckle on my armour tight;
And then I look about for things,
Like Rushings-Out, and Rescuings,
And Savings from the Dragon's Lair,
And fighting all the Dragons there.
And sometimes when our fights begin,
I think I'll let the Dragons win . . .
And then I think perhaps I won't,
Because they're Dragons, and I don't."
'. . . and it came to pass
LEE ELLEN HASELTON
Tallwood Road, Augusta, Maine
'Come right in
Honor Roll 2.3.4; Student Council President 4; Class Presi-
dent 2; A.C.A. 2,3; Choir 3,4; Fidelio 4; New Fidelio 2; A
Cappella 2; Entertainment Committee 3; Bazaar Committee
Chairman 3; Current Events Club 3; A.F.S. Committee 3;
Seraglio 3,4; Madrigal Society* 3,4; Class Play 2,3; Varsity
Basketball 3; Varsity Lacrosse 3; Varsity Tennis 4.
BARBARA PEACE HAZARD
20 East 94th Street.
New York 28, New York
"There are those who give with joy. and that joy is their re-
ward . . . And in the sweetness of friendship let there be
laughter, and sharing of pleasures . . .
For in the dew of little things the heart finds its morning
and is refreshed ... It is when you give of yourself that
you truly give . . ."
A.C.A. 2; Current Events Club 3,4; Debating 3,4: Archeology
Club 3,4; Cynosure 3,4; Lawrence Teaching 3; Class Play 2;
Varsity Hockey 2.
Blake . . . Lindsay Girl . . . Canada . . . Bud- for flow-
ers? . . . S.I.N President . . . that notorious weekend date
. . gTeen sail . . ."zoo?!" . . . Exeter experiences . . .
Shalimar . . . "Humper, tomorrow we diet" . . . G.A.S. . . .
chocolate chip cookie parties with Ninna . . . that Princeton
man . . . "but I'm only 5T"!" . . . Cambridge . . . dramatic
readings of Sartre, Hemingway, and others . . . "blow lunch
... our littlest blonde . . . "The Spider and the Fly" . . .
Sahmy . . . censored . . .
JEAN BLAKE MAX HAZZARD
179 Seven Bridge Road,
Chappaqua, New York
"And we'll have our own private
zoo . . .
"Would you like some anti-freeze?'
W.U.S. 2, President 4; Library Committee 4; Bazaar Com-
mittee Chairman 3; Photography Club 4; Archeology Club
4; Cheerleader 4.
LAUREL CHAMBERLIN HINCKLEY
108 Country Club Road,
Mouse, Mousus est
The little blond mouse with feather in cap perches happily
on a chair and expounds upon Maine summers, especially
S.W. Harbor. She'll be sailing one moment and then next
thing you know, she's on the soccer fields at Hebron. There's
never a dull moment. When she's not reminiscing, she's eager-
ly listening— "Gosh, really?" or busily writing letters— "I only
got three letters today." The phone rings— "It's for me!" And,
of course, it is. The little mouse keeps smiling.
Current Events Club 4; Photography Club 4; Cynosure 4.
Humper . . . clogs . . . Bud . . . Sewickley . . . S.I.N. . . .
"Oh, swimming in a pond" . . . the faithful one from Willis-
ton . . . Shalimar, 8 ice-creams and still hungry . . . honorary
roommates . . . "drop trou" . . . those contests across the
hall . . . poison ivy . . . the Bird . . . "guess what I just got?"
. . . rather fight than switch . . . "Play With Fire" . . .
14 Richmond Road,
Doublaston 63, New York
"My windshield wipers have fallen in
Class Vice-President 3; A. A. A. Treasurer 4; A.C.A. 3; Library
Committee 4: Entertainment Committee 3; Bazaar Executive
Committee 3; Current Events Club 3,4; Archeology Club
Secretary-Treasurer 4: Cynosure 4; Varsity Soccer 4.
904 Zodiac Drive,
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Class Treasurer 2; Photography Club 4; Archeology- Club 3;
Cynosure 4; Drama Workshop 2,3,4.
A stitch in time saves nine.
Hers always seem very fine.
A Rolling Stone gathers no moss
And yet WBZ often must bear a loss.
A rose by any other name would still smell as sweet,
But then most people don't plant them on a seat.
Late to bed, early to rise
Makes a girl unhealthy, but wealthy and wise.
A little work, a little play,
And so she goes on each day.
Emerging from the known into the unknown— "But Mrs.
Denstad we just cleaned up the room" — scatterbrain — all I'm
getting is a pressure cooked education — Sallie and Anna are
my roommates this year — I just finished my English paper —
the one due two weeks ago —
"One night as old Saint Peter slept
He left the door of heaven ajar
When through a little angel crept
And came down with a falling star."
"Let loose the hogs of authority
FRANCES REDWAY JONES
Wheat Lane, Darien, Connecticut
Honor Roll 1,3; President of Day Students 4; A.C.A. 3; Ba-
zaar Executive Committee 3; Cynosure 2,3; Managing Editor
4; A.F.S. Committee 3.
10 George Street,
"Beagle" running down the hockey field — bemoaning an
empty mail box — high ranking member of the no mail
(male?) club, I hate True Fruit Club, Shindig Society, door
show dramatics — history reading while everyone is at
Cochran — The Cynosure, Stu-G Susie — worrying, won-
dering . . . first in college, last to class — Lebach!
Proctor 1,4; A. A. A. 2; Fidelio 3; New Fidelio 2; A Cappella
1,2; Photography Club 2; Class Play 1,2; Social Chairman
4; Sunday School Teaching 2,3; Lawrence Teaching 3.
Miss L . . . Jeanie, Geni, or Wonder Woman when it comes
to making friends? . . . mail . . . "Who loves you today?"
. . . J's . . . "Oh, you make me SO mad!" . . . hubris
% "triple terror" . . . Bellport, West Hartford . . . scandal
sheets . . . spells well . . . cinnamon sugar . . . T.G.M. and
S.W. forever . . .!
JEAN STUART LIPPINCOTT
4120 Southaven Road,
"Well, you see it's this way . . .'
"All right, boys, lights out.
Proctor 2; Choir 3,4; Fidelio 3,4; A Cappella 2; Archeology
Club 3; Drama Workshop 4; Class Play 2,3; Lawrence Teach-
ing 3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Varsity Hockey 3,4.
1170 Indian Hill Boulevard,
Please, Seniors, don't forget to check in and out of the bath-
room . . . pizza walks . . . Pinkerton's jackets . . . who
kicked the hole in the wall of room 4? . . . scratch three times
and whisper low ... I think I hear a P.S.O. . . . UNCLE
Illya . . . hey, Debbie, what ya doing with that shower
curtain wrapped around ya?
W.U.S. 3; Library Committee 4; Entertainment Committee
3; Current Events Club 3,4; Debating 3,4; Archeology Club
3, President 4; Cynosure 4; Lawrence Teaching 3; Varsity
e =mml . . . "Stanley, I presume?" . . . Tell me, Sir, your
opinion on life, love, and the state of the union" . . . "Mrs.
Butler, why do we have blue gym suits?" . . . Alabama . . .
Pink! . . . "Why don't colleges love me? I love them!" . . .
Tennis net if mobus strips. . . . "It snowed during the second
set" . . . "War vole" . . . "Who, where, when?" . . . "What
are we celebrating today?" . . . Mary Margaret.
MARY MARGARET LIVINGSTON
12 Country Club Road,
Mazola oil and wine vinegar punch—
a 'Northern tradition?
'I thought you said vacation.'
Library Committee 3; Archeology Club 3,4; Cynosure 3,4;
Lawrence Teaching 4.
HOLLY ASHLEY MAX
482 Front Street, Hempstead, New York
"All in, girls?" . . . "Yeah, gotta finish this letter . . . but it's
freezing in here! I think I'll get some cookie dough . . .
want some old Tiffin? ... I get the side without the dresses."
(2 hours later) "Good, I've been looking for them for a week.
... I bet we miss the bell tomorrow."
Class President 3; Proctor 2; Bazaar Executive Committee
2,3; Archeology Club 3,4; Cynosure 3,4, Editor-in-Chief 4;
A.F.S. Committee 3.
Who's the girl in knickers and wooden shoes? She just
emerged from messy bed in racoon coat waving Dartmouth
banner, reading "Cynosure". Inside information: summer '67
will be found touring Europe by Honda, getting "Satisfaction."
She also dropped "Help'ful hints about trip south combatting
S.F. and "Happie" summers. Finally identified: at midnight
rendezvous of Play Club, discussing the fact the "Illya"
too few summers.
MELINDA EARL MILLER
Box 236, Essex, Connecticut
Fidelio 4; New Fidelio 3; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3;
Cynosure 4; Sunday School Teaching 3.
JANE VALENTINE MINOR
12 Walker Avenue, Rye, New York
No, Jane, there's nothing wrong with humanity. Why,
you saw for yourself in Paris, the modern Sodom. Life is
just water running through the gutter, and isn't it pretty?
If the whole world were that ideal, he . . . who could be
wicked? Why, certainly not funny-looking little people
with French names and things.
Honor Roll 1.2,3.4; Class President 2; Choir 4; Fidelio 3,4;
New Fidelio 2,3.4: A Cappella 1,2; Bazaar Committee Chair-
man 3; Photography Club 3,4; Courant 3, Editor-in-Chief
4: A.F.S. Committee Chairman 3; Class Play 1,2; Varsity
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less travelled by,
And that has made all the difference.
BETHE LEE MOULTOX
10 Pinecliff Drive,
Je pense, done je suis.
"Oh, Peigi, there really is a Santa
A.C.A. 3, Treasurer 4; Choir 3,4; Fidelio 3, President 4;
New Fidelio 3, Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Current
Events Club 4; Cynosure 4; Madrigals 4.
JUDITH ANNE MUSTILLE
Brookside, Willard, New York
What — me worry? So what if I haven't gotten a letter in
three weeks . . . tough noogies . . . just in case Bobby Vinton
drops in for dinner, give him garbage . . . Bob Dylan can
Rob the house — Baby, let me follow you down ... to
Honor Roll 3; Fidelio 4; New Fidelio 3; Library Com-
mittee 4; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Photography Club
4; Debating 3; Circle Editor-in-Chief 4.
Rain has fallen all the day.
O come among the laden trees:
The leaves lie thick upon the way
Staying a little by the way
Of memories shall we depart.
Come, my beloved, where I may
Speak to your heart.
BARBARA DICKSON PARIS
6204 Wyman Avenue South,
Greetings from God!
'It's a boy!'
Honor Roll 3; A.A.A. 3,4; Choir 4; Fidelio 4; New Fidelio
3; A Cappella 2; Current Events Club 3, President 4;
3 Ridge Drive,
Port Washington, New York
Perched on the calendar, Snoopy, knew that he had
been hung up in a room full of happiness — the smell of
chocolate, the clink of k-nitting needles, the rustle of news-
paper, the splat of someone running into the wall, but above
all - "Bahh."
W.U.S. 3; Fidelio 4; New Fidelio 3; Library Committee 4;
Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Archeologoy Club 3,4; Drama
Workshop 3; Lawrence Teaching 3.
Eradica: PH . . . "I'm Baby Huey." The Lettermen . . .
"I just want to get into bed and dream, you guys!" . . .
"Oh, this mail's no good!" . . . "Eat, sleep, and be merry,
for tomorrow . . ." "I'll swim till I can't swim any more!"
ERICA SUE RITTER
1093 Ocean Avenue,
New London, Connecticut
"Look! Up in the sky
Honor Roll 3; Fidelio 4; New Fidelio 3; Library Committee
4; Photography Club 3,4; Debating 3,4; Cynosure 3,4; Drama
Workshop 4; Lawrence Teaching 3,4.
KATHLEEN MARGARET ROAN
110 Bolivia Street,
"With a smile on her lips and a tear in her eye."
A "gray-headed old woman" bombing around in a white
Cadillac trying to catch up with the Lawrence bus, yelling
"France or bust" and taking pictures all the way. That's
Kaye-spelled with an "E".
Choir 4; Fidelio 4; New Fidelio 3; Bazaar Committee Chair-
man 3; Photography Club 3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Seraglio 3,4;
Cynosure 2,3,4; Class Play 3; Cheerleader 2,3; Griffin Captain
4; Varsity Hockey 4; Varsity Lacrosse 3.
Pinky, Runk: Sugarloaf — U.S.A. "Who said that Maine was
out in the sticks? Momma Corn and Pop Corn, Room 230
. . . A.G.A.A.? But I like Andover! So, I've never had a
Sunday caller! H. and D. Club anybody? Lee, want to take
a walk? Who? Lucy and I? We're the best of enemies!
Happiness is being ORANGE!!"
There are times when only a dog will
do for a friend.
IDA CATTLEY ROCK
477 Main Street, Lewiston, Maine
what a day for a daydream
New Fidelio 3; Photography Club 3,4; Class
BARBARA EASTWOOD ROEDIGER
Glenby Lane, Brookville, New York
"Boy, am I peeved . . . only two study halls a week! . . .
I'm still working on my History reading from two weeks ago
. . . who put a dent in the front of Mrs. Crane's house?
. . . what happened to Brenda Starr today? . . . Modern
dance is fun— we're all spastic together!"
Class Treasurer 2; Class Secretary 4; A.C.A. 2; W.U.S. 4;
Fidelio 3,4; New Fidelio 3; A Cappella 2; Library Committee
4; Photography Club 3; Seraglio 3,4; Circle 3,4; Dress Com-
mittee President 4; A.F.S. Committee 2,3; Class Play 2;
Lawrence Teaching 3; Varsity Hockev 2,3,4; Varsity Tennis
The vellow chicadee flies overhead
And beckons you to join her on her way.
Her pleasures are for others to enjoy.
With her feathers preened and neat she sings
To all the world her joyous songs,
And knows what little things to do
To cheer companions in her flight.
ELLEN LOUISE ROSS
25 Linden Lane, Duxbury, Massachusetts
Another Side of Ellen Boss
Blessed are they that sit on a tack,
for they shall rise again!
Proctor 2; W.U.S. 1,2; Choir 4; Fidelio 3,4; New Fidelio
3; A Cappella 1,2; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Photog-
raphy Club 3; Seraglio 3,4; Cynosure 4; Circle 4; A.F.S.
Committee 3; Sunday School Teaching 2,3; Class Play 1,2;
School Songleader 4.
MARGARET HARLOW RYDER
Box 635, Cotuit, Massachusetts
It's Sunday morning and the chucklebunny lines up her
carrots at the window. Bang! Bang! Bang! She's laughing
as usual. "C'mon, Marg, we'll be late again!" "I'm coming."
(Wait 10 minutes) Marg appears in her bedspread and real
cobra shoes. "You guys go ahead," and the chucklebunny
disappears down the corridor, but the glow of her smile
W.U.S. 4; Library Committee 4; Archeology Club 4.
See Scenic New Hampshire by bus — By George! Whose
got the story now? Oh, you silly boy! But, Minnie, I wanted
you to be a Griffin, too. What's that you said about the Art
PAMELA JANE SEVEY
11 Brookmont Drive,
"Anyone else for the treasure hunt at
Honor Roll 3,4; W.U.S. 4; Courant 4; Drama Workshop
4; Sunday School Teaching 4; Lawrence Teaching.
LOUISE ANN SHIMMEL
Apt. 99, 166 Morningside Drive,
New York, New York
Wizi . . . Wizzle . . . Here's that Tiger! . . . lots of fun
. . . Reese peanutbutter cups . . . Boston and Bailey's . . .
brussel sprouts ... a perfect essay ... 1 year + Diet = + 30
lbs. . . . "Excellent" "What are you getting dressed for now?"
. . . Around the world on a Fender guitar . . . T.G.M. . . .
A bubbling personality . . .
Library Committee 4.
Ruthie — has a good thing going and she's sitting on top of
the world ... he loves me ... he loves me not . . . another
letter from Joel, has ist das liberhaupt? Her candor and
sincerity are a strange chemistry (dirty word) — "I'm just
compatible, that's all."
RUTH BARBARA SISSON
103 Lincoln Parkway,
"Oh, Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art
off in the bushes
A Cappella 2; Library Committee 2; Current Events Club
2; Cynosure 3,4; Courant 3,4; Class Play 2,3.
BARBARA ANN SLAYMAKER
15 Stoner Drive,
West Hartford, Connecticut
Here lies: Babs . . . Slayze . . . one third of the triple
terror = double trouble . . . does she or doesn't she . . .
tunafish and cinnamon sugar . . . swivel-hips (that walk)
. . . SAS . . . Weebie! . . . S.W. . . . Armor vs. the Weakness
. . . "Intimate" . . . S.I.N. ... "A taste of vanilla wafers"
. . . "Dear Abby" . . . TRAF . . . hidden genius . . . black
lace . . . Anyone seen my V.P.? . . . TGM.
Class President 1; Class Secretary 2; Current Events Club
3,4; Proctor 3; A.C.A. Secretary 4; Fidelio 3,4; New Fidelio
2; A Cappella 1,2; Archeology Club 3; Cynosure 2,3; Busi-
ness Manager 4; A.F.S. Committee 3; Caesar.
A song to sing, and a crust to share
with a friend or two;
A smile to give and a grief to bear
with a friend or two;
A road to walk and a goal to win,
An inglenook to find comfort in,
The gladdest hours that we know begin
With a friend or two.
-Wilbur D. Nesbit
What? I'm in above my head?
ELLEN BARBARA SOBILOFF
1282 Highland Avenue,
Fall River, Massachusetts
Alemand left and alemand right.
Honorable Mention 3; W.U.S. 1; Class Play 1; Circle 4;
Drama Workshop 1; Coaching Tennis 3; Varsity Tennis 4.
10 Nutmeg Lane,
Resident of Andover, if you please . . . that's Lonni without
an "e" . . . perpetual guest for a hair style . . . acute
aversion to prep-school boys . . . somehow manages occasional
mix-ups with those Latin lovers . . . College men, hmm . . .
cynical? Last seen delivering letters to the "Gods."
Class Treasurer 4; Proctor 3; Cheerleader 3,4; Lawrence
They say that you're robbing the All-American girl with
clean teeth and mind, sparkling in contrast to the masses,
and if you aren't careful you might get pinched. You
never know what these Latins will do. Did you ever go to
the University of Mexico? Don't argue with me. I know
everything, and I was there.
God, Deb, that's good.
DEBORAH MAUTHE STONE
33 Lee Run Road, Poland, Ohio
"I guess I'll never learn to speak
'This is the life??
Proctor 3; A.C.A. 2; Fidelio 4; New Fidelio 3; A Cappella
2; Library Committee 4; Current Events Club 4; Photography
Club 2; Archeology Club 3,4; Cynosure 3; Lawrence Teach-
CYNTHIA JANE TAYLOR
55 Grandview Circle,
Manhasset, New York
"The CO. in here is ridiculous." Eat, sleep, and be merry,
for tomorrow . . . "Down on your knees 3rd floor Abbey!"
He's a long, tall Texan! She's a Tigress . . . pecan pie . . .
room 42, haven for animals. Happiness is Cindy!!
W.U.S. 4; Library Committee 4; Photography Club 3,4;
Archeology Club 3,4; Cynosure 4; Lawrence Teaching 3,4.
"I'll give you a penny if you spell it right." This year I
decided to kiss them, and look . . . stuffed Harry-real Ted
. . . I'm going to be a doctor, a secretary, an archeologist
. . . who needs college? . . . Vinegar . . . Bill's gift = her
NORA SOPHIA THEOHAROPOULOS
11 Ionias Street,
Papagos, Athens, Greece
Grorba the Zeekoropolis
WINK SANK or "I's pink with the
Honor Roll, 2,3; Class Secretary-Treasurer 1; Class Secretary
2; Proctor 1; A.C.A. 4; A Cappella 1; Entertainment Com-
mittee Chairman 3; Class Play 1,2.
EMMA WELLING THOMAS
"The Hypothenuse", 33 Catherine Street,
Newport, Rhode Island
The five minutes to go had gone and "Finkie Winkie"
became involved in a society devoted to writing an Ancient
History notebook. She was a charter member of FLATIO
and the Mockingbirds, and once she sang Christmas Carols
on the roof top. (Who did spill the coffee ice cream?) She
rang a few doorbells while running away from the iron gates,
but trudged mournfully back to look at the stars and dream
of Bermuda. "The tide always turns for him who waits."
Library Committee 4; Current Events Club 4; Photography
Club 2; Archeology Club 3,4; Cynosure 3; Sunday School
BT time! . . . "Go ahead, I'll go to the library." 10,000
men . . . "Guess what I got - no, what I got!" "She has
nothing to be shy about!" Kid her! King of the Ridge! Love,
Melba and Chives!
LAURIE RREED THOMSON
73 Sargent Road,
"Don't you dare!"
Four sheets to the wind
Honor Roll 2; Fidelio 4; New Fidelio 3; Library Committee
2,3, Chairman 4; Cynosure 2,3, Copy Editor 4; Sunday
School Teaching 2,3; Lawrence Teaching 3,4; Dress Com-
LUCY LIVINGSTON THOMSON
514 Main Street,
Honor Roll 2,3; Student-Council Vice President 4; Class
Treasurer 3; Proctor 2; A.C.C. 3; Library Committee 3;
Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Ski Club 2,3,4; Cynosure 3,
Feature Editor 4; Lawrence Teaching 3; Sunday School
Teaching 3; A.F.S. Committee 3.
Any place but New London!
Bombing down Aspen slopes
enthusiastic — exhilarated — daring
"... don't want to go to the mixer!"
Flying across the ocean to France . . . Greece
Seeking knowledge — understanding
"Where's Timmie? . . . the library"
Staggering back from Boston on the bus
back to responsibility
"must get organized — only Cambridge is
much more fun . . . and I've got all Sunday night!"
Sailing off again in a golden ship
to Never-Never land
"good night my little chickens
Would you believe that a girl thinking of going into Physics
has two callers every Sunday? But then . . . 'Lucifer' is
very complex . . . she has green eyes 'till she takes her
contacts out. And what with two rooms — one full of three
roommates — the other "proper dreams" . . . you see,
Lucifer was a fallen angel.
"I still believe that people are really good at heart."
Hondas and sailing are pretty good too . . . and bus rides
Keep on dancing . . . and "being interested in things and
BARBARA CORWIN TIMKEN
606 Montauk Avenue,
New London, Connecticut
Abbott RABBITS did you say?
Honor Roll 2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Fidelio 3,4; New Fidelio 2;
A Cappella 2; Library Committee 4; Photography Club 4;
Archeology Club 3,4;' Drama Workshop 4; Class' Play 2,3;
Sunday School Teaching 2; Lawrence Teaching 3,4; Varsity
Tennis 3; Varsity Hockey 4.
ALISON WHITCOMB TODD
3701 Chain Bridge Road,
Lisa . . . Holland-England . . . continental breakfasts at
10 o'clock at night . . . tiger nig . . . Oh, those foreign
men! . . . Terez . . . Spanish with a French accent . . .
Gary and indecision . . . but you can always spend your
honeymoon on our island . . .
W.U.S. 3; Choir 3,4; Fidelio 3,4; New Fidelio 3; Library
Committee 4; Current Events Club 4; Photography Club 3;
Debating 4; Archeology Club 3,4; Drama Workshop 4;
Lawrence Teaching 3,4.
The oriental doll said to the dead teddy bear, "No offence
but . . ." Darn it all . . . No thank you, NO cookies for
me, but . . . I'll have one anyway. If I gain any more weight,
I'll have to wear a size 5 . . . Pillow fights after lights
. . . Keeps on talking even in her sleep . . .
NANCY DIANE VALENTINE
75 Plymouth Road,
Manhasset, New York
A.C.A. 4; W.U.S. 3; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Photog-
raphy Club 4; Dress Committee 4; Cheerleader 2,3,4.
2471 Del Lago Drive,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Love never ends; as for prophecy, it will pass away; as for
tongues, they will cease; as for knowledge, it will pass away.
So faith, hope, love abide, these three; but the greatest of
these is love.
—First Corinthians; Chapter 13, verses 8 & 13
Choir 4; Fidelio 3,4; New Fidelio 2; A Cappella 2; Archeology
Club 4; Cynosure 4; Lawrence Teaching 3,4.
Flourish: Prokofieff's Concerto #3 (accented by thundering
Enter: Play Spirit
Over woods, over roofs,
Thorough Beich, thorough Boston;
Over Bills, over butts,
Thorough Saks, thorough stacks.
I do wander everyware.
BONNIE REAU BOYD WARE
3 Woodley Road,
President of the Play Club
You put something on it.
Fidelio 4; New Fidelio 3: Archeology Club 4; Cheerleader 4.
JANET VIVIENXE WARING
6 Woodcroft Road,
Short Hills, New Jersey
If I don't get a phone call! It's been three weeks! . . .
Kelsey Point ... on the rocks . . . Help! . . . how was your
weekend . . . rah, rah, football . . . tiger in your tank
. . . I'll never finish the sweater . . . hates boys(?) . . . cronic
horse lover . . . Right! . . . Your brains will fall out!
Honor Roll 1,4; Class Vice-President 2; Vice-President of
Day Students 4; Choir 4; Fidelio 3.4; New Fidelio 2,3;
A Cappella 2: Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Circle 4;
Class Play 1,2.
"Say 'good luck' seven times" . . . reserved seat in the
library . . . spring vacations at Killington . . . "Susie, let's
do our math!" . . . camp girl-she loves the woods . . . cold
moming walks to school . . . "That's the PA chapel bell— I'm
late!" . . . and Gary.
I dreamed I was a football player in
my maidenform shoulder-pads.
12 Judson Road,
"1 got you, Babe!'
A.C.A. 4; Current Events Club 3,4; Photography Club 3,4;
Archeology Club 3,4; Cynosure 4; Snuady School Teach-
ing 3; Lawrence Teaching 3.
SALLIE RICE WATLING
950 Brooktree Road,
Santa Barbara, California
A careless shoe-string
in whose tie
I see a wild civility
Does more bewitch me
than when art
Is too precise in
— "Delight in Disorder",
Proctor 2,3,4; AA.A. President 4; Fidelio 3,4; New Fidelio
3; A Cappella 2; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Cheer-
Masha, Marchia, Chia, Cheese:
The little black-beady-eyed eagle, an IBTC reject, sits
on 4th floor Draper, munching on . . . cucumbers, a Wil-
liam's "Triple Purple" special, P.B. cups, pecan pie, spaghetti,
and Carter's Little Liver Pills. "Boy, am I fat!" it observes
and begins its 79 sit-ups, eagerly awaiting its 8:00 call from
P. A. Tired, the creature lies down on its bed. It is time
for eagles to dream. Do all eagles dream of coons? . . .
No, not all, just this very special one.
MARCIA RICHARDS WATSON
Comegys Bight Farm,
Joy in the morning.
A.C.A. Vice-President 4: Fidelio 4; New Fidelio 3; Bazaar
Committee Chairman 3; Photography Club 3; Archeology
XAXCY RANDOLPH WERTH
928 Main Street,
West Newbury, Massachusetts
"Blow on the coal of the heart
And we'll see by and by . . .
^'ell see where we are
The wit won't burn and the wet soul smoulders.
Blow on the coal of the heart and we'll know . . .
Library Committee 4.
Good Glory Moses, my room looks like a Jackson Pollack
. . . O.K., Charlie Brown — what color would you paint
the background? . . . Would you like some soup, or maybe
some popcorn ala cream cheese? I'd offer you an exploding
cigar, but it's a fire-hazard.
METTIE MICHEAUX WHIPPLE
Chiswick Mall, London, England
I'm not chewing my fingernails?!
My shoehorn has freckles!
Class Vice-President 3,4; A.C.C. Chairman 4; Fidelio 3,4;
New Fidelio 2,3; A Cappella 2; Bazaar Committee Chairman
3; Class Play 2; Lawrence Teaching 3; Varsity Hockey 3,4;
Varsity Lacrosse 3.
ANN RHODES WHITEHEAD
16 Edgehill Street,
Princeton, New Jersey
Duckie, Nancy . . . Princeton . . . I've got a tiger in my tank
. . . S.I.N. . . . dart gun . . . "The Aquatic Roommate"
. . . G.A.S. . . . Annie . . . short and sweet as usual . . . See
you! . . . Squam . . . multi-colored striped tights . . . the
maids . . . it's a fire hazard . . . yellow convertible Karmann
Ghia . . . "So Near to Me" . . . Michigan for the weekend
. . . .Charge!!
Honor Roll 1,2,4; Class President 1; Proctor 1; Fidelio 3,4;
A Cappella 1,2; Archeology Club 4; Cynosure 4; Class Play
1,2; Varsity Hockey 4; Varsity Tennis 3.
Stormy life combatting S.F. . . . I can't help dancing . . .
Lucky Strike brings wild weekends, notorious prom date
... "I Believe in Yesterday" . . . Midnight Playclub Raider
. . . gin and bitter lemon . . . mad seamstress . . . summer
means tennis and freedom . . . Great Escape plans . . .
lover's concerto . . . Oh, rats! ... I was going to get so much
done . . . the best weeks have eight days. . . "We've Lost
that Lovin' Feelin' ".
'It's my life and I'll do what I want".
MARTHA THOMPSON WIES
220 Damascus Road,
"Shall I sing or just show my pro-
Entertainment Committee 4; Bazaar Committee Chairman
3; Current Events Club 4; Lawrence Teaching 3; Nursery
School Teaching 4.
MARY ELIZABETH WILSON
Colonia del Valle, Gonzalez de Cosio #16,
Mexico, D.F., Mexico
For I am come to gather light from hidden spaces in
the night, to give a golden square for living, while crystals
stimulate every moment into motion. I am come, so let
us sit among the rings and things of nightingpeople, fall be-
tween the cracks and crevices of clippings to rise again
when our stars mask the eye that lies. Hola!
Honor Roll 2,3; Proctor 2; 1- idelio 4; New Fidelio 3; A
Cappella 2; Current Events Club 4; Cynosure 3; Circle 4;
Drama Workshop 4; Class Play 2,3.
A darkling pool of tranquil mirror surface-
sometimes reflects the outward face of things;
Yet refracts the penetrating shafts of light
that never touch the core without response.
Serenity disturbing— until a shimmer in the lake
ribbles and shatters into a rainbow splash of
Disturbing most of all when still.
When crystal water bends the light and makes
its beams to disappear in depths unknown.
There's no book like a frigate.
DONNA LEE YVLODKOSKI
438 East High Street,
Manchester, New Hampshire
Now, all 1 need is a crewcut.
Fidelio 3,4; New Fidelio 2,3; A Cappella 1,2; Library
Committee 4; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Class Play 1;
Varsity Soccer 3; Varsity Lacrosse 3.
SUSAN DAWN WOODWORTH
289 North Main Street,
Beyond the great big black gates dwells Dawn,
"Abbot Agony" is her autobiography.
Black circles smudge her eyes, her face is wan-
Results of a four year catastrophe.
Pep talks are now antiquated,
Dawn has graduated
. . . Finally.
W.U.S. 4; Library Committee 4; Bazaar Committee Chair-
man 3; Cynosure 4; Class Play 1,2.
See that girl dressed in pink . . . only her hairdresser
knows for sure . . . cow eyes . . . Anyone for the Coffee Mill?
. . . Watch out for the elephants . . . Oh, but he was so-o-o
cute . . . You're cool . . . she discovered God in the PA chapel.
What about the other side?
CYNTHIA STAGER ZOLLNER
249 Highland Road,
• 4 > »•
Behold my old companions,
my playmates and my peers
First row: C. Hoover, L.
Cannon, S. Hamilton. Sec-
ond row: A. Bowser, T.
Braddock, G. Ray, D. Green,
L. Wallwork, S. Smith.
Third roic: S. Stichnoth, D.
Bonnifield, P. Howes, P.
Hammond, R. Wolfe, P.
Jones, S. Stewart, J. Wam-
FIRST TERM OFFICERS
L. Rudman, J. Schneller
(President), F. Beane, S.
First row: J. von der Heyde,
L. Tavares, A. Miller, M.
Goldman, J. Schneller, F.
Forrest. Second row: C.
Moore, S. Delano, E. Rud-
man, C. Hansen, L. Sulli-
van. Third row: E. Bennett,
J. Singer, A. Robertson, S.
Cobb, J. Moris, F. Beane,
A. Hurst, R. Carrington, S.
Beale, R. Maelntyre, S. Gal-
lagher, C. Elmenhorst, J.
First row: N. Porosky, E.
Bonan, W. Lavenas, C.
Welch, M. Major. Second
row: S. Shapiro, J. Hanne-
gan, J. Alvarez, W. Os-
borne, J. Phillips, C. Lam-
bert. Third row: N. Hoehn,
B. Read, M. Kaplan, C.
Howes, R. Chamberlin, W.
Morrissey, M. Hadley, L.
Huntington, E. MacGregor,
C. Hoover, L. Cannon
(President), C. Moore, Miss-
ing, S. Beale.
Seated: R. Achin, H. Whit-
ney, D. DeNuecio, N. Howe.
Standing: C. Eidam, P.
Pendleton, M. Wilde, G.
Hall, G. Niziak, E. Tuttle,
J. Haley, C. Arragg. Miss-
ing: L. Cregg, S. Birdsall.
FIRST TERM OFFICERS
Front row: K. Wies (President), B.
Back row: E. Handy, L. Finbury.
SECOND TERM OFFICERS
C. Pavne, K. Seaward (President), M. Shapiro.
Missing: A. Moses.
First row: B. Ainslie, C. Harley, C. Lewis, M. Todd, J. Frost. Second row: S. Huval, K. Nelson, M.
Shapiro, L. Hunter, A. Doty. Third row: P. Atvvood, J. Robinson, A. Robinson, D. Russell, J. Calfee,
F. Wood, T. Kaupe, D. Driscoll, D. Daley.
First row: A. Davis, B. Cook. Second row: K. Schoettler, A. Fellows, C. Payne, D. Chenev. Third
row: L. Trenbath, C. Whitney, A. Moses, E. Handy, K. Wies, C. Cleaver, K. Urie, K. Seaward.
First row: D. Webster, B. Briggs, D. Webster. Second row: J. Sapienza, L. Marsden, K. Sawyer, J.
McGintv, L. Black, E. Finbury. Third row: A. Fisher, S. Sullivan, S. Bolton, J. Crane.
FIRST TERM OFFICERS
Sitting: E. Hoover (President). Standing: D.
Elliot, J. Treneer, K. Barr.
SECOND TERM OFFICERS
Sitting: E. Giblin (President). Standing: J.
Leuenberger, S. Cohen, M. Gay.
Abbey and Sherman
First rote: A. Pe-
tree, J. Leuenber-
ger, \. Belcher, S.
Sykes, E. Haynes,
M. Stewart. Second
row: K. Barr, C.
Cain, C. Chagnon,
M. O'Hagan, A.
Dillard. Third row:
M. Beal, D. Mc-
Clure, M. Cumm-
ings, H. Jenkins,
D. Elliott, S. Gray,
J. Treneer, J. Ek-
land, M. Gay, E.
Hoover, J. Ceeere,
J. Witherspoon, M.
Gersehel, S. Ross.
Sitting: S. Yeaton,
S. McArdle, D.
Rees. Kneeling: J.
Faro, C. Peters, M.
Curtis, J. Heifetz,
M. Phinnev, S.
Fitzgerald, S. Co-
hen. Standing: D.
Marum, D. Sawyer,
C. Loebel, E. Gib-
lin, L. Rowen, M.
Prout. Missing: D.
Indeed, everybody wants to be a wow,
But not everybody knows exactly how .
Seated, first row: D. Green, J. Sapienza, J. Witherspoon. Seated, second row:
J. Froeber, M. Watson (President), M. Porter, C. Moore. Standing: L. Johnson,
L. Crane, I. Rock, E. Rowen.
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Seated: E. Thomas, M. Ryder, B. Armsden, B. Hazzard, W. Osborne, L. Black, S. Huval, A. Petree,
J. Faro, L. Huntington, M. Shapiro, E. Briggs. Kneeling: J. Wannop, F. Forrest, J. Bricker, J. Waring, B.
Slaymaker, M. Curtis, L. Cregg, M. Donaghy, J. Mustille, J. von der Hyde, D. Elliott, M. Wilson. Stand-
ing: P. Howes, B. Paris, G. Hall, A. Hurst, A. Davis, M. Todd, A. Doty, B. Roediger, S. Delano, C.
Elmenhorst, S. Stichnoth, N. Porosky, E. Bonan.
B. Timken, P. Rock, C. Moore.
Maestro La Rocca, N. Werth, M. Hadley, D. Wlodkoski, L. Haselton, M. Goldman, C. Hansen, D.
DeNuccio, J. Alvarez.
LUCY AND LISTER
Standing: N. Whitehead, L. Pendleton, F. Beane, M. Porter (co-captain), E. Ross (co-captain),
P. Hammond, M. Miller. Kneeling: N. Hoehn, K. Wies, D. Green, A. Petree, J. Sapienza, L.
Huntington, J. von der Hyde, S. Lebach.
Standing: J. Singer, D. Hanes,
S. Bolton. Kneeling: B. Arms-
den, C. Paine.
First row: J. Waring, S. Stewart, J. Froeber. Second row: H. Jenkins, J.
Treneer. Third row: K. Seaward, D. Webster, C. Hanson, M. Ryder, E. Walker,
Standing: M. Church, N. Howes, R. Rendetson, R. Read, L. Crane (captain), R. Ware, L.
Cannon, M. Major. Kneeling: L. Rlack, L. Rudman, J. Rrown, L. Johnson.
D. Hanes, J. Schneller, J. Froe-
ber, D. Green (captain), R.
Rendetson, L. Pendleton, L.
PINKY AND CAESAR
Standing: M. Wies, A. Todd, L. Thomson, M. Watson (captain), M. Todd, M. Whipple. Kneeling:
F. Jones, L. Hinckley, C. Moore, W. Osborne, D. Little, P. Rock.
Standing: L. Haselton, M. Livings-
ton, V. dePeyster. Kneeling: B. Moul-
ton, L. Somers.
First row: L. Hinckley, A. Finn, J. Leuenberger, D. Little. Second row:
C. Cleaver, D. Stone, F. Forrest, M. Curtis, S. Cobb, G. Nizial.
Standing: B. Paris, J. Mustille, P. Cortes, M. Wilde, L. Fletcher (captain), D. Woodworth, J.
McGinty, J. Crane. Kneeling: C. Erwin, H. Whitney, C. Hoover, C. Taylor.
J. Crane, L. Fletcher, M. Wies, M.
Watson (captain), B. Hazard, J. Du-
pont, P. Cortes.
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Kneeling: C. Gaines, N.
Whitehead, E. Briggs, B.
Armsden, S. Lebach. Seated:
B. Hazard (President), Miss
Minard, B. Timkin (Vice-
President). Standing: E.
Rudman, S. Downs, E.
Hoover, K. Wies, M. Wat-
son, D. Elliott, J. Schnel-
Kneeling: C. Gaines, N.
Whitehead, C. Moore, J.
Leuenberger, B. Armsden,
S. Lebach. Seated: B. Haz-
ard (President), Miss Min-
ard, B. Timkin (Vice-Presi-
dent). Standing: K. Sea-
ward, M. Shapiro, S. Downs,
J. Lippineott, M. Watson,
E. Giblin, X. Warlick, L.
Seated on floor: D. Green, M. Shapiro, M. Gay. Kneeling:
J. Frost, L. Sullivan. Seated: J. Leuenberger, Miss Minard, B.
Timkin, B. Armsden. Standing: M. Lavenas, C. Whitney, C.
Gaines, N. Whitehead, M. Miller, J. Lippineott.
Seated on floor: A. Fellows, L. Sullivan, D. Green, C.
Lambert. Kneeling: M. Gay, M. Shapiro, B. Armsden, M.
Major. Seated: M. Watson, Miss Minard, B. Timkin, J.
Lippineott. Standing: K. Barr, H. Jenkins, E. Handy, N.
Whitehead, B. Hazard, M. Miller, C. Lewis.
Seated: B. Timken, Miss Minard. Standing: M. Gay, -B.
Hazard, T. Lavenas, C. Whitney.
Seated: Miss Minard, B. Timken. Standing: D. Green, C.
Lambert, B. Hazard, B. Handy, H. Jenkins.
Standing: C. Lewis, S. Bol-
ton, B. Armsden (President),
E. Sobiloff, N. Werth, J.
Mustille, E. Walker. Seated,
Second row: A. Robinson,
M. Wilde, M. Donaghy, S.
Beale, A. David, S. Gray.
First row: E. Thomas, H.
Jenkins, L. Trenbath, C.
Lambert, L. Cannon, C.
Chagnon, C. Moore.
Standing: J. Witherspoon,
C. Cain, E. Ross, R. Wolfe,
J. Calfee, S. Stewart, J.
Haley, W. Osborne. Kneel-
ing: Second row: C. Elmen-
horst, P. Sevey, N. Theo-
haropoulos, L. Hinckley
(chairman), K. Urie, J.
Bricker, R. Maclntyre. First
row: C. Lewis, J. Froeber,
E. Giblin, A. Garten, E.
MacGregor, A. Fellows.
Standing: E. Briggs, M. Wilde, C. Cain, J. Leuenberger,
M. Shapiro. Seated: D. Cheney, Mile. Arosa, N. Whitehead,
Standing: J. Cecere. Seated: J. Lippincott (chairman), S.
Cobb, J. Brown.
First Row: L. Marsden, S.
Bolton, L. Cannon, L.
Cregg, L. Sullivan, L.
Elmenherst, L. Travares, B.
Paris, P. Atwood, C. Lam-
bert, D. Woodworth, L.
Fletcher, L. Hinckley, M.
Church, M. Alvarez, K.
Roan, P. Sevey, J. Eklund.
Second row: S. Cohen, A.
Robertson, E. Ross, P. Cor-
tes, L. Thomson (chairman),
E. Ritter, C. Taylor, H. Max,
N. Valentine, A. Todd, R.
Maclntyre, J. Haley, R.
Sisson, S. Hamilton. Third
row: J. Bricker, D. Hanes,
N. Morrisey, S. Gallagher,
V. dePeyster, L. Johnson, C.
Zoller, L. Crane, L. Thom-
son, R. Wolfe, N. Theo-
haropoulos, A. Garten, L.
Pendleton, C. Arragg, H.
Whitney, M. Major.
Kneeling: L. Thomson, M.
Porter, M. Miller (editor), E.
Sobiloff, S. Downs, S.
Lebach, B. Timken. Second
row: M. Goldman, A. Mil-
ler, L. Rudman, B. Hazzard,
B. Slaymaker, N. Theoharo-
poulos, M. Shapiro, P.
Cortes, M. Wies, K. Roan,
S. Shapiro, H. Max, M.
Livingston, J. Bricker, N.
Porosky, L. Cannon, M.
Ryder. Third row: M. Had-
ley, L. Bonan, S. Gallagher,
V. dePeyster, I. Rock, K.
Fuller, C. Cleaver.
Standing: D. Cheney, A. Miller, B. Slaymaker, E. Hoover.
Seated, Second row: L. Shimmel, B. Moulton (Editor), -L.
Haselton. First row: C. Lambert, C. Moore, C. Erwin.
Kneeling: R. Wolfe, M. Ryder, N. Warlick, W. Osborne, L.
Huntington, M. Shapiro. Seated: D. Wlodkoski, M. Bayles, L.
Somers. Standing: L. Burling, L. Haselton, E. Ross, B.
Paris (Editor), D. Hanes, J. Leuenberger.
Seated: H. Whitney, C.
Hoover, C. Arragg, L.
Haselton (President), A.
Finn, L. Black, N. Theo-
haropoulos, B. Moulton, P.
Rock, B. Armsden. Stand-
ing: L. Hinckley, K. Schoet-
tler, E. Walker, K. Roan, S.
Doucette, M. Ryder, C.
Gaines, J. McGinty, R.
Wolfe, B. Paris, J. Brown.
Current Events Club
Standing: B. Paris, P. Cort-
es, N. Valentine, L. John-
son, D. Wlodkoski, M. Had-
ley, A. Robertson. Seated,
second row: S. Shapiro, S.
Stichnoth, M. Porter (Presi-
dent), J. Schneller. Seated,
first row: M. Donaghy, J.
Mustille, M. Livingston, L.
Thomson, E. Sobiloff, C.
Standing: A. Chamberlin, R. Wolfe, P. Hammond. M. Wies, F. Beane, L. Rudman, J. Robinson, S.
Shapiro, J. Schneller, R. Maelntvre, D. Brainerd, M. Hadley, S. Stewart, S. Delano, C. Arragg,
J. Mons, S. Gallagher, A. Doty, E. Bonan, L. Johnson, A. Hurst. L. Wallwork, M. Livingston, (Presi-
dent), F. Forrest, E. Finbury, M. Kaplan, K. Fuller, M. Miller, R. Chamberlin, V. de Pevster, C.
Cleaver. A. Todd. Second row: H. Jenkins, B. Cook, X. Valentine, X. Theoharopoulos, P. Cortes,
B. Handv, A. Finn, A. Davis, C. Harlev, X. Bvam. G. Rav. C. Lambert, B. Read. S. Grav, T. Brad-
dock, K.' Welch, P. Sevev. Seated: J. Mustille, P. Donaghy, A. Robertson, A. Garten, A. Petree, P. At-
wood. M. Church, C. Whitney, K. Urie, J. Phillips, A. Fellows, C. Payne, T. Lavenas, S. Huval, D.
Russell, H. Max, C. Erwin, D. Driscoll, L. Hinckley, E. Ritter, S. Hamilton, B. Hazzard, W. Osborne, N.
Hoehn, I. Thompson, M. Todd, C. Taylor.
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Standing: J. Leuenberger, J. Schneller, D. Driscoll. Second
row: M. Todd, J. von der Hvde (Chairman), L. Cannon,
R. Maelntvre. First row: S. Stichnoth, E. Haynes.
Standing: J. Schneller, X. Byam, R. Wolfe, G. Calfee, M.
Livingston, S. Stewart, M. Hadley, D. Russell, E. Bonan.
Seated: F. Forrest (Co-chairman), J. Singer (Co-chairman).
Kneeling, second row: T. Braddock, R. Maelntvre, J. Mons,
K. Roan. First row: J. Alvarez, P. Atwood, X. Valentine, G.
Ray, J. von der Hyde.
B. Armsden, M. Church, E. Ross, B. Hazard, L. Burling,
C. Gaines, P. Rock. Seated: M. Ryder.
C. Hoover, D. Green, L. Huntington, D. Bonnifield, N.
Porosky, B. Read, J. Hannegan, A. Miller.
D. Little, D. DeNuccio, B.
Hazard, N. Warlick, C. Eid-
am, M. Porter, C. Erwin
(President), P. Rock, M. Kap-
lan, L. Huntington. Second
row: A. Todd, N. Valentine,
C. Gaines, C. Whitney, D.
Rees. Front row: C. Hoover,
K. Urie, H. Jenkins, S. Bird-
sail, B. Armsden, M. Ryder,
members: J. Mustille (presi-
dent), B. Armsden, M. Bayles,
S. Birdsall, E. Bonan, A. Bow-
ser, J. Bricker, L. Burling, N.
Byam, R. Carrington, A.
Chamberlin, M. Church, S.
Cobb, L. Crane, D. DeNuc-
cio, J. Dupont, C. Eidam, C.
Erwin, F. Forrest, J. Froeber,
K. Fuller, A. Garten, M. Gold-
man, D. Green, N. Gaines, J.
Haley, D. Hanes, C. Hanson,
B. Hazard, C. Hoover, L.
Huntington, M. Kaplan, C.
Lambert, D. Little, M. Major,
A. Miller, J. Minor, J. Mons,
C. Moore, B. Moulton, G. Ni-
ziak, B. Paris, N. Porosky, M.
Porter, E. Ritter, K. Roan, I.
Rock, B. Roediger, E. Ross,
M. Ryder, E. Sobiloff, C.
Taylor, L. Thomson, A. Todd,
N. Valentine, J. Wannop, B.
Ware, J. Waring, N. Warlick,
M. Watson, N. Werth, N.
Whitehead, H. Whitney, M.
Weis, D. Wlodkoski, D.
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